Pre-clearance of ordinary and usual point-of-sale material is not required. (“Ordinary and usual” includes, but may not be limited to, shelf talkers, posters, banners, etc.) Special promotions, i.e., sweepstakes, should be submitted for prior review and approval. 15.1.1 Product Displays Industry members may give or sell product displays to licensees. Federal regulations apply, including cost limitations imposed. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 6.83 of the federal regulations for additional details. Product displays may have no value to any retail licensee except as advertising. If the primary function of an item is to hold or display product, and it costs below the $300 per brand limit, it is presumed permissible. All product displays must bear conspicuous and substantial permanently-affixed advertising[…]

Permitted. [OK Regulations, Title 45, Chapter 10, Subchapter 3, Sections 45:10-3-24 and 45:10-3-25.] Note: Prior approval is no longer required. Federal regulations apply. [Written advice from the ABLE Commission dated 7/15/15.] 15.1.1 Product Displays Oklahoma follows federal regulations. Therefore, the limit of $300.00 per brand per display applies. [OK Regulations, Title 45, Chapter 10, Subchapter 3, Section 45: 10-3-25.] Brewers, beer distributors, small brewer self-distributors and brewpub self-distributors are granted the following specific privileges in Subsections E and F of Section 3-123: Give or sell product displays, including but not limited to barrels and tubs, provided that the value of such displays does not exceed the limits and restrictions provided in 27 C.F.R., Section 6.83; Build product displays, accessible to[…]

All point-of-sale material intended for use in Liquor Control Board wine and liquor stores requires prior approval. Distilled spirits and wine point-of-sale material intended for use by other Pennsylvania retail licensees does not have to be pre-approved. Likewise, point-of-sale material for malt or brewed beverages does not require prior approval. Allow for as much lead time as possible to ensure receiving approval on a timely basis. The total cost of all point-of-sale advertising material furnished to a retail licensee for any single brand may not exceed $300.00, regardless of the number of items. There is no size limit for interior displays. There is no cost limit for window and doorway displays, but they are limited in size to a maximum[…]

Pre-clearance of ordinary and usual point-of-sale material is not required. (“Ordinary and usual” includes, but may not be limited to, brand and/or supplier specific shelf talkers, posters, banners, etc.), and consists of any advertising inside a retail licensee’s licensed premises. Point-of-sale advertising materials that are brand or supplier-specific, and which are intended for use within a retail licensee’s licensed premises also may include the retail licensee’s name and address. This would include items designated as retailer advertising specialties such as serving trays, napkin holders, stir rods, bar mats, etc. as well as table tents and wine and drink lists. [CO Regulations, Regulation 47-316(B).] Note: Consumer advertising specialties that contain any retail licensee-related information or logos may not be provided free[…]

Pre-clearance of ordinary and usual point-of-sale material is not required. (“Ordinary and usual” includes, but may not be limited to, shelf talkers, posters, banners, etc.) 15.1.1 Permanent Displays No statutory or regulatory provisions noted limiting the size of permanent displays. Industry members may give or sell product displays to a retailer if the total value of the product display does not exceed $300 per brand at any time per retail location. The value of a product display is the actual cost to the industry member that purchased the product display or, if the industry member did not purchase the product display, the fair market value of the product display. Transportation and installation costs are not included in the $300 value.[…]

Pre-clearance of ordinary and usual point-of-sale material is not required. (“Ordinary and usual” includes, but may not be limited to, shelf talkers, posters, banners, etc.) Note: Point-of-sale materials for distilled spirits must be pre-cleared with the Department. Refer to the VIRGINIA CONTROL Digest for details. Industry members may furnish non-illuminated paper, cardboard, canvas, rubber, foam, or plastic advertising materials, provided the materials have a wholesale value of $40.00 or less per item. No point-of sale material may be illuminated, with the exception of back-bar pedestals for distilled spirits. Such materials may be customized for a particular retail licensee under the following guidelines: The advertising complies with all applicable Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Board regulations governing advertising. The advertising is only[…]

A supplier or wholesaler may sell, give, rent or loan to a retail licensee any service or article costing the supplier or wholesaler not more than $500.00. If the item has a cost of less than $50.00, approval by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board is not required. Items with a value of more than $50.00 but less than $500.00 require Board approval. Items with a value in excess of $500.00 are not permitted. The $500.00 limit set forth in Title 23, Chapter 9, Rule 903, of District of Columbia regulations and Title 25, Chapter 7, Subchapter IV, Section 25-735, of District of Columbia law applies to each separate service or article of property, and approval by the Board is required.[…]

Pre-clearance of ordinary and usual point-of-sale material is not required. (“Ordinary and usual” includes, but may not be limited to, shelf talkers, posters, banners, etc.) 15.1.1 Product Displays Permitted. Federal guidelines apply limiting the value of displays to $300.00 per brand. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 6 of the federal regulations for specific details. 15.1.2 Dealer Loaders/Display Enhancers Permitted. The cost to the supplier for the item being displayed may not exceed $25.00.

Pre-clearance of ordinary and usual point-of-sale material having no secondary utilitarian value is not required. (“Ordinary and usual” includes, but may not be limited to, shelf talkers, posters, banners, etc.) 15.1.1 Product Displays Permitted. The total value of all product displays per brand per calendar year given to any one retail establishment may not exceed $155.00. Industry members may not combine several brands in order to provide displays costing more than $155.00. Product displays that have secondary value other than as advertising are prohibited. Industry members may not require a retail licensee to purchase a specific quantity of product in order to get a product display. [IA Regulations, Title 185, Chapter 16, Section 185-16.2(123).] 15.1.2 Dealer Loaders/Display Enhancers Permitted. The[…]

All in-store point-of-sale material must meet federal standards and be submitted for prior approval before being placed in state-run retail outlets. [ID Regulations, Title 10, Chapter 01, Section 021.] 15.1.1 Product Displays Displays are permitted with prior approval from the State Liquor Division. Display material owned by suppliers may be discarded by the Division if not picked up within thirty (30) days after the termination of the display period. [ID Regulations, Title 10, Chapter 01, Section 021.14.] 15.1.2 Dealer Loaders/Display Enhancers Permitted under federal guidelines, which provide that such items may not have value in excess of $25.00. [Written advice from the Idaho State Liquor Division.]